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Wednesday, November 30, 2005

Double Acrostic

Well guys I tried and I had to get a little creative to complete the "Double Acrostic". So just bear with me.

Circles have many parts of their anatomy like a chord, or an arC
Having a radius perpindicular to a chord bisects the chord (meaning the line segment on each side of the intersection should matcH.)
One of the theorems that we learned in this Circle Unit was the Parallel Chord Theorem: it states that the arcs between parallel chords form a 1:1 ratiO.
Radii and chords should be measured with a ruler where as angles should be measured with a protractoR.
Diameters are chords that pass through the center and is equal to the value of the radius, doubleD.


At 12/01/2005 4:47 PM, Blogger Mr. Kuropatwa said...

Great acrostic, but the "O" has nothing to do with chords. Give it another go -- you can do it -- a double acrostic is worth two marks!

At 12/02/2005 3:19 PM, Blogger Craig K said...

hey Mr. K. I fixed it I hope this is good enough thanks for helping me edit it.

At 12/02/2005 3:56 PM, Blogger Mr. Kuropatwa said...

You come with GREAT stuff Craig! But the O still has nothing to do with chords. Think of something that is related to the concept of a chord that begins and ends with O.


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